Environmental Science at The University of Manchester links three fundamental science strands; biosciences, geosciences, and environmental physics. The course then weaves these together through integrative course units to give perspective of the discipline and allow you to apply scientific concepts to real environmental problems.
Our Environmental Science degree covers all major aspects of the Earth's environment, focusing on present and future environmental challenges. Years 2 and 3 you have the opportunity to follow a pathway that specialises in particular area of Environmental Science:
Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology
Study the diversity of life on Earth, how species interact and how human activities impact on natural systems.
The atmosphere and its relationship to the earth system, over a range of temporal and spatial scales, from weather forecasting and urban air quality to climate change.
The reputation of Environmental Science at Manchester rests on our world-leading inter-disciplinary research into processes operating on, within and beyond the Earth, incorporating biological, chemical, physical and environmental aspects of the world and solar system we live in.
Our staff and students work within a global network of researchers and institutes, and we encourage students to take up the opportunities this presents. Our size and research strengths allow us to offer you a number of specialised pathways within the Environmental Science degree programme, taught by internationally-recognized staff with expertise across the earth and environmental sciences.
Our state-of-the-art teaching facilities include dedicated undergraduate community space within the School, computing facilities with industry-standard software and undergraduate research laboratories. You'll experience a strong and cohesive student network with a vibrant student society and student chapters of professional organisations.
Award: MEnvSci Professional Qualification 4 Years Full Time Taught in English